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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. What meeting is Sapp invited to attend as part of his assignment, after returning home from the rescue mission?
2. Where does David rent a house after assassinating the Palestinian ambassador?
3. Who helped David ship the Iraqi Semtex to the United States?
4. What do the Americans want from the Saudi ambassador?
5. Where does David dispose of the rifle he uses in the ambassador's assassination?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why are Kennedy and Rapp looking into the Prince's finances?
2. What happens at the press conference the president scheduled after Rapp returns from his rescue mission?
3. What kind of set-up does David establish in his new apartment in Washington, D.C.?
4. What do Rapp and Kennedy learn and then decide about David, in Chapter 59?
5. What do Kennedy, Rapp, and others know about David's mission in D.C.?
6. What does David keep reminding himself about his mission in New York?
7. What possibility does Kennedy propose about David while discussing with Rapp who is behind the Palestinian ambassador's death?
8. What does Kennedy report Freidman told her about the assassination?
9. What does David do after assassinating the ambassador?
10. What is David's purpose in New York?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Research the basics of Flynn's life and explore how his personal and professional life, before writing "Executive Power," may have had an impact on the story. Explain how the world of espionage, details of military operations, and the construction of complex political situations may have been influenced by Flynn's own personal background and experiences.
Essay Topic 2
Compare and contrast Irene and Anna, making sure to use evidence from the text throughout your paper.
Essay Topic 3
Which 2 characters in "Executive Power" have the strongest relationship? Use examples from the text to support your argument. Remember that a strong relationship can also mean a negative one.
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